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Authors: Virieux, J.*
Operto, S.*
Improta, L.*
Dell'Aversana, P.*
Title: Quantitative seimsic imaging of complex structures for seismic hazard estimation and for reservoir characterization: a key strategy
Editors: Pecce, M.; Università degli Studi del Sannio
Manfredi, G.; Università degli Studi di Napoli
Zollo, A.; Università degli Studi di Napoli
Issue Date: 22-Sep-2003
Keywords: seismic imaging
Abstract: Seismic imaging of complex structures remains a challange, while sub-surface characterization becomes a crucial issue for safety, resources and wastes. When highly dense seismic profiles are available, global offset data can be simultaneously used for a full waveform inversion with the background initial Vp model provided by traveltime tomography. We show an application of combined traveltime and full-waveform tomographies performed on global offset crustal data collected in Southern Italy.
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